This year inGauge was invited back by Galilee Energy to design and drill their 2019 development wells as part of the continued development of their Glenaras Gas Project. As those involved will remember, the 2018 campaign was the first attempt to deliver a lateral program in the R3 seam. One which proved pretty challenging and resulted in some hole collapse and lost geosteering BHA events. This year the team re-engineered the wells from the methodology for landing the 8 ½” hole section, setting and cementing the 7” production casing and methodology and design for geosteering the lateral sections. We’re pleased to announce that the hard work has paid off, as today marks the completion of the third and final well (Glenaras 16L) in the 3 well lateral program, with the three wells being delivered safely, on schedule and on budget. The three new wells (Glenaras 14L, 15L & 16L) now combine with the previous 2 laterals to form a shielded 5-well pilot for enhanced drawdown of the reservoir.
See the complimentary Galilee ASX announcement on the completion of the drilling campaign here.
inGauge is pleased to parter with Project Kindy, a small charity working with children in Africa. inGauge provided funding for a well to be drilled to provide fresh water for a kindergarten and also to its associated village community.
Successful two well campaign for Comet Ridge in new Mahalo North field. The Mahalo North 1 and 2 wells are another step towards Comet Ridge proving additional reserves and demonstrating the extension of the Mahalo field fairway.
A geothermal energy provider based in the Philippines requested a review to identify gaps in current geothermal subsurface assessment, engineering planning and execution practices, systems and processes. inGauge completed the initial review against current Oil and Gas industry systems, practices and processes.